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reauthorization

(rē″aw-thŏr-ĭ-zā′shŭn)
The renewal of an act of legislation, e.g., one that authorizes certain forms of treatment or health care funding.
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Regulators hope there is language in the reauthorization of the NFIP that will include continuous coverage, she said.
Several of the provisions included in the FAA Reauthorization are similar to those found in the Air Carrier Access Amendments Act (ACAAA) (HR 5004/ S.
For the aviation industry, the task is now to understand and respond to the cascading implications of the five-year reauthorization with respect to operations, compliance, consumer and employee relations.
22 with a lapse; the reauthorization does not go back to December.
House Republican leaders have forced the CHIP reauthorization drafters to scrounge for CHIP reauthorization pay-fors, "while we have this looming debate over tax reform, none of which is paid for," Pallone said.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance developed this toolkit in response to Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act rules that shifts Medicare payments from a fee-for-service payment system to one based upon value.
The greatest congressional progress in 2016 was made on the reauthorization of the Perkins Act.
Earlier this year, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee passed a six-year reauthorization that does not include the pre-emptive language.
The Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee passed a bipartisan reauthorization of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, which receive a guaranteed percentage of federal agencies' extramural research and development budgets.
192, the Older Americans Reauthorization Act of 2016 bill, into law Tuesday.
The comments noted the opportunities provided through the Child Care Development Block Grant Reauthorization (CCDBG) of 2014.